Great Filipino Food in New York City

Edible has published the latest reasons to check out our favorite cuisine in NYC, starting with these: “Ube and Filipino food have been making the rounds on social media lately. Purple soft-serve and cakes made with the vividly colored yam abound on Instagram, and New Yorkers love eating at Jollibee, the archipelago nation’s famous fried chicken joint. There’s more interest…

Delectable Filipino #foodstagrams

Marie Lodi at Hello Giggles has compiled a list of 11 Filipino restaurant #foodstagrams that have fantastic images of mouth-watering drinks and dishes you love. “While nothing compares to your mom’s chicken adobo and your auntie’s leche flan, the fact that Filipino food is becoming more mainstream and presented in unique ways is refreshing…and delicious,”…

A Filipino Brings Pinoy Food to Qatar

Qatar is located in Western Asia next to Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf. So why did entrepreneur Dahlia Agbanlog open a Filipino restaurant there? Around 260,000 Filipinos live in Qatar. They are employed as engineers, domestic helpers, health workers or in the travel industry. In fact, Filipinos are estimated to be the fourth-largest group…

Jordan Andino Opens Second Flip Sigi Café in New York City

Jordan Andino, the noted chef and food TV star, has opened his second New York City Flip Sigi café at 1752 2nd Ave, near 90th Street. (The other location is in the West Village at 525 Hudson St.) Conceived as a cool introduction to Filipino tastes, textures and traditions for American masses, the fast-casual Filipino…

Top Filipino Restaurants in the U.S.

The Splendid Table, a popular radio program produced by American Public Media, explores everything about food. We are happy that Filipino cuisine has been featured on many of their shows. The most recent is this interview, “Guide to eating Filipino food in the U.S.”, conducted by host Francis Lam with Joanne Boston. As the Vice President…

Six Great Filipino Restaurants in Toronto

More than 700,000 people of Filipino descent live in Canada. About half of them live in Toronto, home to a number of excellent Filipino restaurants. Toronto.com has highlighted six standouts, including one specializing in traditional kamayan feasts, another offering homestyle Filipino cuisine and one known for its fusion fare combining traditional and contemporary. “Lucky for…